If you’ve been on a mortgage before and want to try out a new home in Dublin or Galway, you’ll find that the process is a little different.
We’ve rounded up some tips to help you navigate the process and find the right deal.
If you have an existing mortgage, you can still apply for a loan if you need one for a certain period of time.
If your mortgage is on a new mortgage, the loan will be cancelled if you are no longer able to pay the mortgage or if you move away.
If a loan is cancelled, you must pay the full amount within 60 days of the date of the cancellation, or you will be required to make an application for a new loan.
If this is the case, you may still be able to get the loan if the other conditions of the loan remain the same.
However, if the loan is on an interest-only loan, you will not be able apply for it.
If the other terms of your loan remain unchanged, then you will need to apply for the new loan if it’s on a loan-to-value loan.
You will need the following information to do so:You will be responsible for paying all principal and interest on the new mortgage.
If there is a default, you are required to pay a portion of the principal balance within 60 calendar days of any payment of the interest to a creditor or bank.
You can find more information on what to do if you owe more than the original loan amount by visiting the RDS website or contacting your local RDS office.